Pediatric sleep disorders are a common, mainly among children with pre-existing disabilities, neurological conditions, and neurodevelopmental disorders. The consequences are variable, and sleep disorders may be associated with deficits in neurocognitive performance and growth failure. Rising awareness about sleep disorders among pediatricians will improve the early diagnosis and management of these disorders. This review describes normal sleep patterns in infants and children and provide a recent update on common sleep disorders that improve the diagnosis and treatment of children with sleep disorders.

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